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Death Row's Suge Knight Has Unfinished Business

Author: News
Tuesday, 25 March 2008
Suge Knight, founder of Death Row Records, has begun filming a reality show based on the hugely-popular 'The Apprentice'. 'You're fired' has a whole new meaning.

Entitled 'Unfinished Business', the show encompasses the building a of a record label (called...hehe...Black Ball Records) and has aspiring employess competing for jobs within the office.

While a distributor has yet to be found for the series, YouTube and other similar video-sharing sites have started airing the trailer, which comprises people trying to source talent and an ambiguous discussion into the shooting of Death Row's most notorious and posthumously productive stablemate, Tupac Shakur.

At the height of its popularity, Death Row Records had a stellar list of rappers putting lyrics to wax, including Snoop Doggy Dogg, Dr. Dre. After the death of Shakur, however, and the subsequent death of rival Notorious BIG, the label went into receivership, with Knight claiming bankruptcy not too long after the fall.

Check out the trailer below:

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